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ARY 6,1963 THE MICRIGAN DAILY

Faculty Approves Intercollegiate Sports

increased in that period; while
26.9 per cent saw a decrease and
22.6 per cent saw no change.
It was found that the more an
individual had participated or at-
tended athletic events, the more
emphasis he saw on athletics.
"Perhaps the most plausible ex-
planation of the data ... is that
those who are least closely in
touch with intercollegiate athletics
believe there is decreased em-
phasis more often than do those
better acquainted with the situa-
tion. This would seem to lend
support to the view that there is
no decrease," the report says.
Increase Policing
The faculty also decisively fa-
vored increasing policing proce-
dures (58.7 per cent) to detect and
punish violations of standards in
granting financial aid to athletes.
Only 5.5 per cent said that at-

tempts at policing should be given
up altogether.
The report went on to analyze
the literary college faculty's gen-
erally higher disapproval of poli-
cies that emphasize athletics such
as spring football training, mem-
bership'in the Western Conference
and the Rose Bowl agreement. In
all these areas, the literary college
respondents were generally less
favorable than other faculties.
The report noted, "it would ap-
pear that the members of the
literary college faculty do not see
as close a tie between inter-
collegiate athletics and higher
education as do the other faculties.
Not as often feeling athletics to be
an integral part of the University,
they tend to be more critical of
policies that emphasize them.
"It is interesting and important
that the literary college faculty is
not significantly different from
the other faculties on the ques-
tions concerning grants-in-aid
and the prospective scholarship
level of candidates for grants-in-
aid. This indicates that the whole
faculty is concerned to see to it
that scholarship remains the
prime qualification for a univer-
sity education."
The report concludes that the
faculty is "reasonably well satis-
fied with its system of faculty
control and performance of the
Board," but it indicated that the
faculty is not as satisfied with the
present grants-in-aid system and
the low prospective grade-point
average at which a freshman
athlete can obtain a grant.
Enrollmnent
Rate Grows
The enrollment at state nd
land-grant universities rose again
last fall.
According to statistics compiled
by the United States Office of
Education, fall enrollment for
1962 rose by 7.8 per cent over
the 1961 enrollment. National en-
rollment rose by 8.1 per cent to
a total of 4.2 million degree-credit
students.
State and land grant universities
accounted for 26 per cent of
national enrollment. These schools
represent just under five per cent
of the institutions included in the
survey.
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